⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'kulak' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a kulak | kulaks
Kulak {m}
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Übersetzung für 'kulak' von Englisch nach Deutsch

Kulak {m}hist.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The name 'caracal' was proposed by Georges Buffon in 1761 who referred to its Turkish name 'Karrah-kulak' or 'Kara-coulac', meaning 'cat with black ears'.
  • The film concerns the process of collectivization and the hostility of kulak landowners under the First Five-Year Plan.
  • He has chaired and is an active member of the Stalin Society, the Soviet famine of 1932–33 which they blame on foreign sanctions, kulak sabotage and weather patterns, and the Moscow Trials which they describe as fair process.
  • The new policy towards the middle peasant proclaimed by Lenin at the Eighth Congress required that the proletariat should rely on the poor peasant, maintain a stable alliance with the middle peasant and fight against the 'kulak' (rich peasant).
  • He fought for the justification of the three-tier scheme of differentiation of the peasantry (poor peasant - middle peasant  - kulak), which became one of the foundations of the dekulakization policy in 1929-1933.
  • After the Soviet invasion of Poland his father was arrested by the Soviet authorities as a kulak and incarcerated in a local prison until the beginning of the German-Soviet War.
  • In 1926 Gavrilov entered the Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, but was expelled after a few months due to anonymous letters. It reported that he was the son of a kulak.
  • At the turn of the 1920s and 1930s, the Bolshevik authorities intensified the brutal struggle against "kulak farms" in the Ukrainian countryside.
  • Walaszczyk decided to leave Rylsk, to avoid arrest by the Soviets for being a kulak.
  • During the Holodomor famine of 1933, kulak Vasiliy Horbatiuk was the leader of the Shkarbynka kolkhoz.
  • The unusual prolonged silence leads quickly to a discord between the true Komsomol and the kulak supporters which causes Timoshka to pick up his accordion again ...
  • Pál and his family had their home in Budapest (Zugló district) expropriated and were deported to the village of Gyulaháza, which they could only leave with police permission, under the accusation of "kulak" or "enemy of democracy".
  • The three kulak guys get arrested for the crime one of them committed, Yegor’s dead body is found in the woods to be buried by the river, the kolkhoz project gets revived as does Vasya and Petya's long-cherished dream of distant lands and happiness for all.
  • But the kulak's, which have seized power in the village kill Andrey.
  • The Hanging Order is a telegram from Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin ordering the suppression and execution of captured participants in the kulak revolt in the Penza Governorate.
  • Rapid collectivization began in 1946, followed in 1947 by a crackdown against "kulak" farmers.
  • ... also translated as "sub-kulak" or "kulak henchman") was a political label used in the Soviet Union in the 1920s and 1930s to brand people considered traitors to the Soviet Government.
  • The process of restructuring Polish agriculture was officially presented as protection for small farmers, whose position the rich kulaks allegedly endangered.
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